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Challenges And Prospects For The Establishment Of A Multilateral Investment Court: Quo Vadis Enforcement?

in: Ch. Klausegger, P. Klein et al. (Eds), Austrian Yearbook on International Arbitration 2018, Vienna 2018, pp. 157 - 178

Gabrielle Kaufmann-Kohler and Michele Potestà

The Composition of a Multilateral Investment Court and of an Appeal Mechanism for Investment Awards

CIDS Supplemental Report, Geneva 2017, 127 pages

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Preliminary Objections to Dismiss Claims that are Manifestly without Legal Merit under Rule 41(5) of the ICSID Arbitration Rules

in: C. Baltag (Ed.), ICSID Convention after 50 Years - Unsettled Issues, Alphen aan den Rijn 2017, pp. 249-271

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Gabrielle Kaufmann-Kohler and Michele Potestà

Can the Mauritius Convention serve as a model for the reform of investor-State arbitration in connection with the introduction of a permanent investment tribunal or an appeal mechanism? Analysis and roadmap

CIDS Research Paper, Geneva 2016, 115 pages

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Towards a Greater Role for State-to-State Arbitration in the Architecture of Investment Treaties?

in: S. Lalani/R. Polanco Lazo (Eds), The Role of the State in Investor-State Arbitration, Leiden 2015, pp. 249-273

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“Mr. Franck Charles Arif v. Republic of Moldova, ICSID Case No. ARB/11/23, Award, 8 April 2013”, Case comment

Journal of World Investment & Trade 2014, pp. 1011-1019

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Legitimate Expectations in Investment Treaty Law: Understanding the Roots and the Limits of a Controversial Concept

ICSID Review—Foreign Investment Law Journal 2013, pp. 88–122

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From mutual supportiveness to mutual enforcement? The contribution of US Preferential Trade and Investment Agreements to the effectiveness of environmental norms

in: R. Hofmann, C. Tams and S. Schill (Eds), Preferential Trade and Investment Agreements: From Recalibration to Reintegration, Baden-Baden 2013, pp. 167-185

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Mapping Environmental Concerns in International Investment Agreements: How Far Have We Gone?

in: T. Treves, F. Seatzu and S. Trevisanut (Eds), Foreign Investment and Common Concerns: An International Law Perspective, London 2013, pp. 193-212

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La rinuncia preventiva all’impugnabilità del lodo arbitrale è compatibile con la Convenzione europea dei diritti dell’uomo? [Advance waiver to the challenge of an award: Is it compatible with the ECHR?]

(Case report, Swiss Federal Tribunal, 4 January 2012), Rivista dell’Arbitrato 2013, pp. 171-185

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